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Audio: MWII - "Brew Pack Vol. 1" (@MWTHEII)

Audio: MWII - "Brew Pack Vol. 1"

MS: MWII serves "Brew Pack Vol. 1" in recognition of 4/20. #BREWPACKVOL1 includes a 4-Track Medley EP. The soundtrack to your roll up features an uplifting, electronic and soul hybrid self-production accompanied by MWII melodic flows about his testimonial journey . Vol. 1 is the first installment in Wise's #BrewPack series.

Atlanta Superstar Group Bankroll Mafia (T.I., Young Thug, Shad Da God, London Jae, YSL Duke) Announce Self-Titled Album

Atlanta Superstar Group Bankroll Mafia (T.I., Young Thug, Shad Da God, London Jae, YSL Duke) Announce Self-Titled Album

A.T.: Atlanta-based Rap Super-Group Bankroll Mafia (T.I., Young Thug, Shad Da God, London Jae, and YSL Duke) to Release Bankroll Mafia

The Album:

Atlanta-based rap super-group, Bankroll Mafia, comprised of T.I.P., Young Thug and Atlanta's upcoming stars Shad Da God, London Jae, and YSL Duke, will be releasing their debut self-titled project, Bankroll Mafia via EMPIRE Distribution.

Founded by Atlanta rap legend, T.I.P., the group released their first collaboration in 2015 entitled "Bankrolls on Deck," which received acclaim from the rap community. In early 2016, they released "Out My Face," an Isaac Flame produced trap banger featuring a menacing hook. Earlier this week, they released the video for "Out My Face" which is currently BET Jams' "Jam of the Week."

Bankroll Mafia has released a trailer for the album, which tells a visual story as T.I.P. narrates, "From paper bags to duffel bags, you name it they got it. The pillars of the community, they provide notoriously, by any means necessary."

Watch the Bankroll Mafia trailer:
Watch the abridged version of the trailer:
Watch "Out My Face" on YT:
Watch "Out My Face" on TIDAL:
Buy "Out My Face" on iTunes:
"Out My Face" on TIDAL:
"Out My Face" on Spotify:


T.I.P.'s distinctive drawl and unassailable flow has blasted the Dirty South into the mainstream, making Atlanta one of today's most diverse and vibrant hip-hop scenes. The brightest of Atlanta's rising stars, Young Thug, hypnotizes, thrills and confounds listeners with his unique sense of melody, entrancing ad-libs, and stream-of-consciousness wordplay. Together, with Atlanta local favorites Shad The God, London Jae, and YSL Duke, the five rappers form the rap super-group Bankroll Mafia.

EMPIRE Background

EMPIRE was founded in 2010 as an artist-friendly, progressive digital distribution company. After early success, and identifying future icons such as Kendrick Lamar, Sage The Gemini, and Rich Homie Quan, EMPIRE was quickly regarded as a tastemaker in the industry and throughout the past five years evolved into a full-fledged record label, distributor and publisher for independent musicians. With the company and roster growing at a breakneck pace, EMPIRE has effectively disrupted a stale business model by bringing its energy, expertise, and acumen to its artists and labels. Given its reputation, EMPIRE works with today's hottest talent from superstars such as T.I. and red-hot newcomers such as Anderson .Paak. While remaining 100% independent, EMPIRE has also partnered with Atlantic Records for a joint venture, home to breakout star D.R.A.M. and joined forces with Republic Records for the release of Sage The Gemini's Remember Me album.


Bankroll Mafia - "Out My Face" ft. London Jae:
Bankroll Mafia - "Bankrolls on Deck"
Shad Da God - "Hold My Cup" ft. Young Thug
Shad Da God - "Would You Ride" ft. Rich Homie Quan
Audio: @MistahFAB @TheRealKiss "What Yo Hood Like" (@PeteRock)

Audio: Mistah F.A.B. f/ Jadakiss "What Yo Hood Like" (prod. Pete Rock)

A.T.: Mistah F.A.B. to Release Son of a Pimp 2, Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Raekwon, Bun B, Devin The Dude & Many More.

Audio: @PostMalone - "Go Flex"

Audio: Post Malone - "Go Flex"

Republic: Platinum-certified artist Post Malone releases his new single “Go Flex” on Apple Music, iTunes and all additional digital retailers today via Republic Records. Yesterday, Zane Lowe exclusively debuted the track as his latest “World Record” on Beats 1.

Audio: @SnoColdMuzik - "Ole White Man" (@FlyLikeDove)

Audio: Sno Cold - "Ole White Man"

Dove: It's all about 20/20 vision and good company for Sno Cold on her new single "Ole White Man". Look out for the Jacksonville, Florida native's new mixtape, coming soon!

Video: Mike Rebel - "Sensitive" (@MikeRebelMusic)

Video: Mike Rebel - "Sensitive"

T.A.: Los Angeles based rapper/hip hop artist MIKE REBEL has released the official video for "Sensitive", co-directed by Mike Rebel himself, which premiered yesterday on Under The Gun. The track will be available on Rebel's upcoming full-length album, out later this year.

Video: @SeanCJohnson - "Sonic Boom" (@sohhPR)

Video: Sean C. Johnson - "Sonic Boom"

SOHH: The #RaceTheSun series continues with the next musical installment. Part 2: "Sonic Boom" picks up where Part 1: "Home" left off and challenges listeners to answer one simple question, "How fast will you flee temptation?"

Audio: Bankroll Fresh f/ @RealPlayaG - "Top of the World" (@MsRiverCity)

Audio: Bankroll Fresh f/ Playa G - "Top of the World"

Ms. RC: "Top of the World" is the first release from the upcoming EP "Reign" by Memphis rapper/producer Playa G. "Bankroll fresh is my brotha and he’ll always be with me in spirit," he says. "I can hear his voice telling me ‘its time ball’, so I feel it’s my duty to be sure his legacy lives on."

Video: @OGEffYou @AudibleDoctor - "God Hates Me" (@DiamondMedia360)

Video: Eff You f/ Audible Doctor - "God Hates Me"

DM360: The video is directed by both Eff Yoo and NJ’s Skrewtape, a multi-talented artist who has previously worked with Mr. Green and Miilkbone. And here, he’s taken the message of “God Hates Me” and turned it into a suspense/horror short-film.

Video: @EddieLogix - "Numbers on the Front"

Video: Eddie Logix - "Numbers on the Front"

EL: The editing process for this video allowed me to build a better connection with a part of my family that was never there before and to create characters and a story out of this footage that otherwise would have been forgotten.

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